The Inherent Context Awareness of Natural User Interfaces: a Case Study on Multitouch Displays

Bojan Blažica


In computer science, context-awareness refers to the capability of a computing device to sense,
understand and react to contextual information, i.e. information that is not at the centre of an activity
but is still relevant for that activity. A computing device does not necessarily interact with humans at a
given moment, but when it does, its Context-Awareness has many implications for human-computer
interaction. The thesis that this paper surmises looks at Natural User Interfaces from a Context-
Awareness perspective.

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